Three to See: Rock, jazz, population – Sacramento, it’s all here

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 5:11 AM

Indie rock veteran Doug Martsch reloaded his rhythm portion for the recording of latest year’s “Untethered Moon,” a rejuvenating chapter in the group’s ongoing hook-filled, guitar-flooded saga.

Three to See: Rock, jazz, population – Sacramento, it’s all here

Built to Spill

Built to Spill making an appearance at Harlow’s nearly has become an expectation whenever the band hits the road these days, but the gigs have been anything but rote. Indie rock veteran Doug Martsch reloaded his rhythm portion for the recording of latest year’s “Untethered Moon,” a rejuvenating chapter in the group’s ongoing hook-filled, guitar-flooded saga. With Sister Crayon. Doors seven p. m. two thousand seven hundred eight J St., Sacramento. $30 advance/$35 door.

Allison Miller’s Boom Tic Boom

Serving as composer and bandleader from behind the drum kit, Allison Miller guides Boom Tic Boom on a thrilling yet refined romp through modern jazz. In addition to playing with this ensemble, the New York-based musician/instructor (and jazz ambassador for the U. S. State Department) also has collaborated with mainstream artists such as Ani DiFranco, Natalie Merchant and Brandi Carlile. Boom Tic Boom is touring behind its just-released record “Otis Was a Polar Bear.” With Randy McKean/Clifford Childers Duo. two thousand seven hundred thirty-three Riverside Blvd., Sacramento. $15.

THIS Midtown season opener with Figgy

Crocheting airy R&B, soul and disco together with effervescent house and electronica, E Coast DJ Figgy snags the headlining spot at the first THIS Midtown event of two thousand sixteen, which brings similarly themed acts to midtown on Second Saturdays throughout the summer. With MyKill and DeeJay Adam Jay. one thousand fifty twentieth St., Sacramento. Free.

Looking ahead: Marshall Tucker Band. April twenty-nine at Quarry Park Amphitheatre

A few tickets stay for this Southern rock indicate at the new Quarry Park Amphitheatre in Rocklin, the first in its summer concert series that also welcomes Papa Doo Running Running on May twenty-one and Sons of Champlin Aug. thirteen, among others. four thousand sixty Rocklin Road, Rocklin.

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